Blue Tiger's Eye ( Hawk's Eye)

Geological Information

Blue tiger's eye, also known as Hawk's eye, is a type of gemstone with a bluish-gray colour and a silky sheen.

It is a member of the quartz family and is considered a pseudomorph, which means that it has a different crystal structure than its parent mineral.

Blue tiger's eye is formed from the replacement of crocidolite, a type of asbestos, by quartz.

It is commonly found in South Africa, Australia, and Brazil.

Historical Information

Blue Tiger's Eye is believed to have been first discovered in South Africa during the late 1800s.

Metaphysical Information

Blue tiger's eye is a crystal that has metaphysical properties for enhancing intuition and insight.

It is believed to stimulate the third eye chakra, which is responsible for perception, awareness, and spiritual awakening.

Blue tiger's eye is also said to help with communication, both in speaking and listening, by promoting clarity and understanding.

Additionally, it is believed to provide a protective shield against negative energy and promote emotional balance and stability.